Michael has recently completed
his Ph.D. combining numerous
remote sensing and submarine) to examine tectonic processes along the
edges of pull-apart basins along the Dead Sea fault, using the northern
Dead Sea as a case study. He received his
from the Department of Geophysics and Planetary Sciences, Tel Aviv
Israel, in hyperspectral remote sensing, atmospheric corrections and
quality (Magna Cum Laude). The research was
out in cooperation with the GFZ, Potsdam
Currently, he is working in cooperation with
the University of
(Germany) on an interdisciplinary, multinational project.
Michael is the
Sea Research Center's expert on remote sensing and an expert on the
tectonics of the Dead Sea.